Infinity Ward is changing the name of the “Killstreaks” found in many of the recent Call of Duty games. In Modern Warfare 3, they will now be called “Strike Packages”.
That's about the extent of what they've changed in the game.
Ahh C'mon they changed the title too.
They also changed the... the.. the... *leaves*
So what, BF3 will have the same boring gameplay. MW3 Pre-ordered, day 1.
You know at least the original poster had material to go on. You...you just...yea...you took a complete random fire and missed by a mile.
Sorry, played in the alpha, not the same boring gameplay. And My original post was just a joke, I really have no clue what the hell they are doing or changing in CoD, nor do I care.
they do have one cool new feature its a 100 foot long super stab with auto lock on and dodge
Please tell me what is so different about BF3 from BF2 other than the graphics?...yeah almost nothing.
The difference from Bad Company 2 to Battlefield 3 is much more than MW2 to MW2.5, I can say that much. Unlike you, I've actually played Battlefield 3 and can speak for the changes. They have only shown 1 mediocre MP trailer for CoD and they changed the killstreaks around, and thats about it. (I think there is a new running animation too.) BF3 actually doesn't even feel, look, play or move anything like BC2, and thats great for me because I didn't really enjoy BC2.
Hey, that makes it worth the wait and totally balanced. Not really, it just gives more categories to abuse. Heck, and this isn't even MW2.5 from the video, it's more like MW1.5! >.>
saw some gameplay, not sure why but it still looks the same to me
"not sure why but it still looks the same to me" That's because they use the same engine every year. Honestly, I'm fine with it. I had fun with MW2. I'll be picking up both BF3 and MW3 so I can rotate between them.
So the same type of streaks but they change the name? Ya that'll take care of everything.
I'm seriously gonna have to discourage my friends from buying this waste of time rehash. That's all I can do, and then it's down to them.
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